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Restaurant Week Returns to Duluth

Updated: 03/31/2014 12:23 AM
Created: 03/31/2014 12:15 AM WDIO.com

If you don't have plans for lunch or dinner this week, now's the time to make them. Restaurant Week has returned to downtown Duluth!

A lot of great restaurants downtown and in Canal Park are opening their doors and putting out special menus. 19 locations will be offering $10 lunches, along with $10 or $20 dinners.

It might be called restaurant week, but it's all part of a 12-day extravaganza, running March 31st through April 11th. You can find menus and more information at downtownduluth.com.

Participating restaurants include:

  • Bellisio's Italian Restaurant & Wine Bar
  • Black Water Lounge
  • Canal Park Brewing Co.
  • Dubh Linn Pub
  • Fitger's Brewhouse
  • Grandma's Saloon
  • Grizzly's in Canal Park
  • JJ Astor at the Radisson
  • Lake Avenue Cafe
  • Midi Restaurant
  • Pickwick Restaurant & Pub
  • Pizza Luce
  • Restaurant 301
  • 7 West TapHouse
  • Sir Benedict's Tavern on the Lake
  • Tycoons Alehouse and Eatery
  • VaBene Berarducci's Caffe
  • Valentini's Vicino Lago
  • Zeitgeist Arts Cafe

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